Atari 2600: Miniature Golf - Arcade Golf
Prepare yourself for a spirited game of Miniature Golf ... without ever leaving your house. Test your skills of perception and timing in this electronic version of the pastoral sport. Miniature Golf even has moving obstacles, just like the real thing. Play against a friend or try to beat your lowest stroke count on your own.
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There are nine holes to be played in Miniature Golf. Each time you hit the ball, one stroke is added to your score. You may take as many strokes as you need to hit the ball into the cup, but try to aim for par, which represents the number to strokes you are ideally supposed to take to complete the hole.
You use the joystick to position your club around the ball -- the farther away from the ball your club is, the father the ball will travel. Use the fire button to swing your club and the ball will travel along the line of trajectory established by your club placement.
There are two variations to play in Miniature Golf --: a one-player and a two-player game. When the difficulty switch is set in the "A" position, the ball will travel much longer when struck.